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William V. Lumb was a professor and director of the surgical laboratory in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Science at Colorado State University (CSU). The collection contains written histories of the surgical laboratory, correspondence, and photographs.
Civil engineer William Sayre (1927-1981) contributed significant scientific research about sediment transport and turbulent flows. He spent the majority of his career working for the U.S. Geological Survey as a research hydrologist and the University of Iowa as a professor of hydraulics and water-resources engineering. The collection consists mainly of articles, reports, and handwritten notes, along with correspondence, presentations, teaching materials, and research data.
Alton Sanderson was an alumni of Colorado Agricultural College, studying forestry. The collection contains photographs of forestry students in 1923 working at Pingree Park, now the Colorado State University Mountain Campus.
The collection contains photographs belonging to Antoine Jacob, member of the class of 1901 of the Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University). Photographs are of the class of 1901, the San Juan Club, the class of 1899, and the class of 1902.
Eugene Ammon Hancock (1886-1967) worked as the managing editor of the Fort Collins Express-Courier (now the Coloradoan) from 1920 until 1935. After his retirement from the publishing business, Hancock opened Hancock Studios in Loveland and continued working as a professional photographer. This collection consists of nineteen photographs of sugar beet fields and factories, train boxcars, and factory workers loading bags of sugar.
Sherri Mabe is a photographer residing in the Colorado Springs area. This collection consists of one CD of 60 digital photographs related to the Black Forest and Waldo Canyon forest fires.
Materials donated by several individuals with connections to CSU's Mountain Campus form the Pingree Park Collection. Current and retired faculty of the Warner College of Natural Resources provided historical photographs, oral history transcripts, articles, clippings, publications, student projects, DVDs and floppy disks, and audio and video cassette tapes. Facilities personnel added grant proposals, drawings, and project plans for the historic restoration of numerous buildings.
Records of the Office of the President include materials from most departments and programs at Colorado State University. The collection includes committee materials, correspondence, financial documents, speeches, reports, and videos.
The Records of Admissions and Records consists of course catalogs and bulletins, program brochures, and student records on paper and microfilm. Much of the collection is restricted.